Reviews and Problems with Mad Catz Cyborg F.R.E.Q.5
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unique and sturdy build with good sound
Mr. Vo, Amazon
21 May 2015
Summary: pro: sturdy build quality, cool design, good sound con: headband bridge is stiff, not flexible like the most other headphones. not very isolated from surround noise other thoughts: bass doesn't sound fully extended as those studio headphone for the same price, maybe the 50mm driver had to cut to...
Summary: This headset is very cofurtable but... I bought this around the end of december but when i got it the buttons did not work but i dealed with it, it was febuary 16 2015 i pulled on the cord abit and the right speaker did not work and im very upset about it :(
audio and mic is pretty good. Mic adjustment is a bit bad
14 December 2014
Summary: Pinches your head and ears if you have a somewhat big head. Other than that, audio and mic is pretty good. Mic adjustment is a bit bad: it doesn't stay in the place you want it to unless you have the "right" angle, which can get annoying, because the "right" angle seems to be either in my way or...
Summary: Great sound quality. Very crisp. Good bass. Microphone appears flimsy but is very high quality, picks up voice clearly and filters out background noise well Only complaints is that the ear cups are a bit small but I have that problem with most headsets
3.5mm gives awsome audio but you need to use the USB adapter to use the Mic
20 November 2014
Summary: For 90 dollars its a amazing headset. I listened to some music and played some games and the difference from my old Asus Vulcans was apparent, more bass especially and better construction. The only downside in my eyes is the USB connection muffles the sound and does not sound as crisp.